Sitting in the southwest of the city of Chicago is the notorious neighborhood connected by the pink line, Cicero. This historically hispanic region of the 312 has recently (like much of the rest of the city) become gentrified and a hip place to live and work. The area formerly known as Hawthorne has a population of 85,000 people. The one time home of Al Capone has many outdoor areas and parks to offer for your next event.
Also known as Cicero Stadium, this park has multiple sports courts. They have summer camps that are offered in English and Spanish. This park is free to rent on a first come first serve basis.
Address: 1808 S Laramie Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
Situated next to Clyde Park, this park is popular amongst kids because of the various play areas and jungle gyms. This park is also first come first serve.
Address: 1820 S 51st Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
Located south in Cicero this park has two different play areas, one for bigger kids and one for smaller kids.
2501 S Central Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
North Clyde Park
This park on the western side of Cicero is near some amazing tacos stands. The splash zones are great for the kids in the summertime.
Address: 2102 S 60th Ct, Cicero, IL 60804
Clyde Park Pool
There is a children’s center at this park as well as the community pool. The bathrooms are not in great condition but the splash zone is nice for kids.
Address: 2724 S 61st Ave, Cicero, IL 60804
Cicero Community Park
In the southeast part of Cicero is the main park of the neighborhood. The walking paths, skate park, and concerts all accompany this terrific park, which also has movie nights.
Address: 3400 S 53rd Ave, Cicero, IL 60804